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Essex Field Club
Essex Field Club
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Publication contents

Essex Field Club Newsletter volume 44 (May 2004) £2.00

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  • 22 pages + two pages of colour plates

    1-2 Mark Hanson President's Page

    2-3 Mark Hanson Help needed

    3 Peter Harvey Remember to submit records to help record the county

    4-8 Mary Smith A wildlife diary

    8-9 Mark Hanson Wildlife notes from an Essex parish

    9 David Bloomfield A Magpie's nest

    10 David Scott Amphibian notes - Spring 2004

    11 Colin Hawes Stag Beetle update and request

    12-13 Paul Mabbott Ladybirds used for biological control which may be accidentally imported to Britain

    13-14 Graham Smith More salty tales from the A12

    15-17 W.H. George William Whitaker (1836-1925) - pre-eminent Essex Geologist

    18 Mark Hanson Henry Doubleday - an interesting find in the Field Club archive

    18-20 Graham Smith Fungus Foray to Stoneymore Wood, Mill Green, Wednesday October 15th 2003

    20 Additional meetings to the programme issued with the January Newsletter